AS200490 Peering Policy
This document only applies to the IP backbone of AS200490.
AS200490 has an open peering policy, however we do have several basic requirements.
- Route exchanges are done via BGPv4
- Technical contact information must be provided
- No IPv4 peering without IPv6 peering
- AS200490 requires that peers announce the same routing policy at all points where they peer with us, unless other arrangements are made
- Peers must enforce strict filtering policies to prevent route leaks
- Peers must cooperate in the troubleshooting of any peering related issues, denial of service attacks, UCE, hacking or virus penetration
- Peers are prohibited from abusing our peering relationship by pointing default or resetting any next-hop
- Peers are requested to peer at all common peering points
- AS200490 reserves the right to not peer with anyone as we see fit and to terminate any peering at any time with 30 days notice.
- AS200490 reserves the right to change this policy with 30 days notice
- Whenever two peering contacts meet in person they are encouraged to raise glasses in a toast to their successful peering
Requesting peering to AS200490
An ISP seeking peering should submit its request in writing via email
providing the following information:
- A brief description of its network (we just want to know who you are)
- AS-set (if available)
- prefix limit we should use
- contact data
Applications for peering should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants can also visit AS200490 record at PeeringDB for an up-to-date list of contacts and
find some information about our network: https://as200490.peeringdb.com/.